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The Center for Conflict Studies hosts numerous events including conferences/ symposiums. We frequently collaborate with local organizations to build networks with the local Monterey community.
 

The following are the upcoming events hosted by the Center. Click on these links to learn more about our past conferences/ symposiums, public and in-house events. 

Reading Club Discussion Series

Grassroots Challenges to the Savior Mentality

Join Allies at MIIS at the Center as we read this semester's Reading Club Book: No More Heroes: Grassroots Challenges to the Savior Mentality by Jordan Flaherty. Pertinent to our campus, this book explores how privilege affects the development world, usually for the worse. Read along with us this semester and join the discussion to delve deeper, as well as make solid steps towards the betterment of the development field. 

It is not required that you read the book to join the discussion. This event is open to the public.

OPEN: disMIISsing prejudice

DLC Design Space

OPEN Discussion Topic: Tone Policing

With the aim of sharing, listening, learning, and understanding, Allies at MIIS will host another dialogue event (part of our OPEN candid conversation series) on race among MIIS students, faculty, and staff. Join us in a collaborative exercise to examine racial dynamics and equity on our campus. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to join the discussion.

Please note that this event is open only to members of MIIS Community (faculty, staff, and students). Please respect our space.